The Threshold States: Japan and Brazil
Who are the nuclear threshold states? Nuclear threshold states are defi ned as those states with signifi cant material and scientifi c capability, but which have made the political decision to refrain from acquiring nuclear weapons.2 This defi nition includes countries that previously had a military nuclear capability but gave it up. Using this defi nition, today's nuclear threshold states include Brazil, Japan, Egypt, South Africa, Canada, Germany, Taiwan, South Korea, and Argentina.3 This...[Show more]
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